A great way to start something is to get started. I know, that’s a really good motivational quote (I’m so sarcastic. I’m sorry but not sorry). It is almost synonymous with “If you want something, go for it”.
Through absolute chance I met a business woman who is getting ready to start up her unique art business. She has a solid product and a vision. Those things are really all you need to ‘get started’. When she described to me where she was going with this vision we decided that a great way to launch would be have a solid logo design.
Like the royal crests that represented the domains of Kings and Queens. Or your signature on a important document. A logo is a representation of your company and how people will recognize it. All the elements within the design should represent you as a business owner and your company.
Do you like funky colors? Why not add it in your logo? (Don’t get too funky though, your colors might be too much for a printer to handle).
Do you like elegance and fancy things? How do you represent that in your business logo?
It’s the designers job to understand what symbols and lettering makes that evident to anyone who gazes upon your logo.
I’d like to present a logo to you that I helped develop. Can you guess maybe what it could represent?
This is for a company that takes vintage car doors and makes them into art! The logo was inspired by vintage car logos and signs. My client wanted a look that reminisced about those 50’s chic neon signs and garage symbols that we, in America, know and love as ‘Classic Car’ aesthetic. Also we had a family tattoo that we wanted to incorporate somehow (It had a rose featured in it).
Here is a slideshow of the progress.. Enjoy!
Thanks Jasmine at 910West for your help and input within the logo design. We removed the wings in the end (see rough drafts) thanks to her keen eye.
Completed design process…
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